Between 1st January 2015 & 30th September 2015 over 1,250 Land Rovers were stolen – only 33% were recovered. Help to ensure your Land Rover doesn’t join this grim statistical list.
The International Security Register (ISR) system has proved successful in deterring and detecting theft and fraud for over 30 years. It works on the principle that if a vehicle’s windows and parts are marked using robust techniques and details are recorded on a secure database – supported by a 24/7 verification service – criminals stealing the vehicle will run a real risk of being caught and prosecuted.
Each mark applied to a vehicle will contain a unique 8-digit code, the ISR logo and www.isrcodecheck.com
> Full instructions on marking and registering a Land Rover are in the security marking kit.
> 8 vinyl stencils, fluid and brush for marking windows
> 2 warning decals
> 2 sets of 6 UV self-etch labels for application to painted metal body panels
> 2 sets of 7 ultra-destruct labels with UV fluid and applicator for identifying plastic parts
Protection for Keys and Luggage
> A set of three Britpart branded security tags for increasing the chance of items that are so often mislaid, being returned to the owner.
> A Britpart branded ISR customer contact card
Registration of Vehicle and Owner Data on the ISR
The vehicle owner – or the dealer – would complete the registration process online via the Britpart registration page at www.TheISR.org then select “All Vehicles” then “Vehicles” followed by “Britpart Registration Form” entering the unique code together with the vehicle make, model, colour, VIN and VRM together with the owners name and contact details. If an email address is supplied, an automated acknowledgement of registration would be sent. The code for the security tags would be automatically recorded.
How Does The System Benefit Vehicle Owners?
1. By reducing the risk of their vehicles being stolen or cloned – windows and/or parts marking supported by secure registration on the International Security register and 24/7 verification service is the first line of defence.
2. Increasing the chance of stolen vehicles being recovered – the last line of defence.
3. Making it far more likely that mislaid security tagged items will be returned to them.
Accreditations, Certifications and Associations
Retainagroup and their systems are certified and supported by Thatcham, BRE (Building Research Establishment), BSI, ACPO (CPI) Secured by Design (Association of Chief Police Officers), SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders), BSIA (British Security Industry Association). The Company is a member of the SMMT (Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
Police National Computer
As a receiver and provider of data from the Police National Computer, data security and management is of paramount importance. This coupled with the requirements to hold vehicle and owner data ensures that the highest level of data and system integrity is maintained by the ISR.